Unity in the Community

“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!” Psalm 133:1 With so much hurt and hardship in the world, it’s these moments in sharing hope that we cherish. Recently we shared how Lowes of Independence, MO partnered with Set Apart Farms to bless an amazing Veteran family that […]

When tragedy strikes good families…


This post is about the McMullen family, a Veteran family of eight who are struggling to pay for necessary medical treatment for their 10-year-old son. The post discusses the difficulties they are facing in terms of access to resources and support, as well as the power of God’s intervention and how it has given them hope. Please Donate today!

“Uniting Mind, Body, and Soul Through Family Reconciliation”

This article emphasizes family reconciliation’s significance and its impact on veterans’ lives. It explores the power of divine intervention in healing families, especially those betrayed by their support systems. It also showcases a Veteran family reunited through Set Apart Farms’ advocacy and resources, facilitating their mental and emotional reunion.

Angela Speaks on “Living In The Solution” with Dr Elaina George

Dr Elaina George is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist. Her interest in the politics of healthcare and the reform effort have led her to become both a powerful voice for the practicing physician, an advocate for the patient, and a healthcare policy analyst specializing in healthcare consumer driven solutions. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree […]

Hope for the Caregivers


But Military life is now Veteran life, and we couldn’t be more different. Our life now consists of words like PTSD, TBI, surgery, therapy and a word I knew nothing about, caregiver.

Let the Little Children Come to Me


When military families experience trauma and pain, so do the children. The children in a family also go through deployments, moves, the highs and lows of military and Veteran life and witness any arguments and strife.

Ready, Set, Launch


I looked down to check the time. He should be walking out any moment. My daughter was still climbing all over the back of the truck, but who could blame her?